Seguir
Julia Marshall
Julia Marshall
Dirección de correo verificada de bc.edu
Título
Citado por
Citado por
Año
The persistence of fad interventions in the face of negative scientific evidence: Facilitated communication for autism as a case example
SO Lilienfeld, J Marshall, JT Todd, HC Shane
Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention 8 (2), 62-101, 2014
1542014
Linking self-reported social distancing to real-world behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Gollwitzer, K McLoughlin, C Martel, J Marshall, JM Höhs, JA Bargh
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (2), 656-668, 2022
125*2022
Do psychopathic individuals possess a misaligned moral compass? A meta-analytic examination of psychopathy’s relations with moral judgment.
J Marshall, AL Watts, SO Lilienfeld
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment 9 (1), 40, 2018
952018
Not noble savages after all: Limits to early altruism
K Wynn, P Bloom, A Jordan, J Marshall, M Sheskin
Current Directions in Psychological Science 27 (1), 3-8, 2018
552018
Children punish third parties to satisfy both consequentialist and retributive motives
J Marshall, DA Yudkin, MJ Crockett
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (3), 361-368, 2021
51*2021
An examination of psychopathy's relationship with two indices of moral judgment
J Marshall, AL Watts, EL Frankel, SO Lilienfeld
Personality and Individual Differences 113, 240-245, 2017
482017
Do children and adults take social relationship into account when evaluating people’s actions?
J Marshall, K Wynn, P Bloom
Child Development 91 (5), e1082-e1100, 2020
312020
Does altercentric interference rely on mentalizing?: Results from two level-1 perspective-taking tasks
J Marshall, A Gollwitzer, LR Santos
PloS one 13 (3), e0194101, 2018
262018
The role of neurological and psychological explanations in legal judgments of psychopathic wrongdoers
J Marshall, SO Lilienfeld, H Mayberg, SE Clark
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 28 (3), 412-436, 2017
252017
How development and culture shape intuitions about prosocial obligations.
J Marshall, A Gollwitzer, K Mermin-Bunnell, M Shinomiya, J Retelsdorf, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 151 (8), 1866, 2022
222022
Children as assessors and agents of third-party punishment
J Marshall, K McAuliffe
Nature Reviews Psychology 1 (6), 334-344, 2022
192022
Developing judgments about peers' obligation to intervene
J Marshall, K Mermin-Bunnell, P Bloom
Cognition 201, 104215, 2020
192020
Relating pattern deviancy aversion to stigma and prejudice
A Gollwitzer, J Marshall, Y Wang, JA Bargh
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (12), 920-927, 2017
192017
Pattern deviancy aversion predicts prejudice via a dislike of statistical minorities.
A Gollwitzer, J Marshall, JA Bargh
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149 (5), 828, 2020
182020
The development of corporal third-party punishment
J Marshall, A Gollwitzer, K Wynn, P Bloom
Cognition 190, 221-229, 2019
182019
Neurohype: A field guide to exaggerated brain-based claims
SO Lilienfeld, E Aslinger, J Marshall, S Satel
The Routledge handbook of neuroethics, 241-261, 2017
182017
The role of status in the early emergence of pro‐White bias in rural Uganda
J Marshall, A Gollwitzer, K Mermin‐Bunnell, T Mandalaywala
Developmental Science 25 (4), e13240, 2022
92022
Why do children and adults think other people punish?
J Marshall, A Gollwitzer, P Bloom
Developmental psychology 58 (9), 1783, 2022
72022
Children’s judgments of interventions against norm violations: COVID-19 as a naturalistic case study
Y Lee, J Marshall, P Deutchman, K McAuliffe, F Warneken
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 221, 105452, 2022
42022
Parent and community political partisanship predict children’s preventative COVID-19 responding
A Gollwitzer, J Marshall, Y Lee, P Deutchman, F Warneken, K McAuliffe
PsyArXiv, 2022
42022
El sistema no puede realizar la operación en estos momentos. Inténtalo de nuevo más tarde.
Artículos 1–20